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DIY: Homemade Sound Effects With Scooter

Are you a DIY kind of person? One of those that likes to roll up your sleeves and start a project with your own two hands, knowing that when you’re finished, you’ll have the satisfaction of a job well-done, based … Continue reading

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Free Adobe Audition Lesson #12: How To Be A Motor-Mouth

Every time I watch one of Scott ‘Scooter’ Fortney’s FREE Adobe Audition Lessons I learn something new. Scooter posted Lesson #12 on his YouTube page this week and is ready to teach you how to be a motor-mouth…without being a … Continue reading

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Does Your Demo Need A Little Tweak?

Last week I received an email from a new client who wanted to hire me because she, “liked the smile in my voice on the 2nd cut in my demo.” Not only was I grateful for her wanting to hire … Continue reading

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Careful…You Might Just Learn Something

Last week I shared the latest Adobe Audition tutorial offered by Scott ‘Scooter’ Fortney, via his YouTube page. Lo and behold if he didn’t go and upload yet another one this week, explaining the art of ‘splitting audio’. Then, as … Continue reading

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Heal Thyself ‘O Voiceover Artist

In his latest Adobe Audition tutorial, Scott ‘Scooter’ Fortney, shares an easy way to get rid of those annoying pops and clicks in your recorded audio, by using the ‘Auto Heal’ feature. If you’d like to see all of Scooter’s … Continue reading

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